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(1969). Homosexual Behavior Among Males: A Cross Cultural and Cross Species Investigation. Wainwright Churchill. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1967. ix + 349 pp.. Psychoanal. Rev., 56C(3):489.

(1969). Psychoanalytic Review, 56C(3):489

Homosexual Behavior Among Males: A Cross Cultural and Cross Species Investigation. Wainwright Churchill. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1967. ix + 349 pp.

The author, a prominent psychotherapist, received his psychoanalytic training from Dr. Theodor Reik. Dr. Ashley Montague has characterized this book as “one of the best things written on the subject of male homosexuality.”

Dr. Churchill explores the sexual behavior of many cultures from the Greeks and Romans to the present, from ancient tribal to modern primitive cultures. The sexual behavior of the Americas and Europe, and even of nonhuman species is examined for frequency of and attitude towards male homosexuality.

This book is of importance to the profession because even among therapists the whole topic of male homosexuality is still beset by misunderstanding, prejudice, stereotyping and dishonesty. This comprehensive study approaches the subject as a fact of life rather than as a sin, a crime or a disease.

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